An argumentative essay - Students will write an argumentative essay in which they analyze the dynamics of power in Lord of the Flies. They will make a claim which boy is the most powerful in the group. Lord of the Flies captures a society building
A 3 day Reversing ROE activity with questions, graphic organizers, and a quick lesson on rhetoric and argument. Students watch the documentary, focusing on answering the essential question: How did abortion become so politicized? Students will
English Language Arts, Social Studies - History, Other (Social Studies - History)
9th, 10th, 11th, 12th, Homeschool
Graphic Organizers, Movie Guides, Interactive Notebooks
Want a fun way to assess student learning of the novel Tom Sawyer using Common Core Standards? Have the students create a rap, skit, children's book, or board game! Students will demonstrate their knowledge of the story elements, including theme, in
Explore conflict with the novel Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass through an expository essay. Students will write an essay demonstrating what they learn about conflict in literature, specifically in Frederick Douglass's novel.
Want a fun way to assess with the speaking and listening standard? Have the students create a rap! Students will demonstrate their knowledge of the story elements, including theme, in The Adventures of Tom Sawyer by creating their own rap from the
Student will explore the essential question: What is a viewpoint of the modern day effect in American society of the thirteenth amendment being revoked from the constitution after the Civil War? Objective: Students will consider the connection
English Language Arts, U.S. History, Black History Month
Students use this graphic organizer to organize their research obtained for activities like a research paper or presentation. It challenges students to think about the meaning and purpose of their evidence found in relation to their task assigned.
Students develop and strengthen their creative writing, or narrative, skills through exploring telling vs showing in writing. Students practice writing tell statements and show statements with a graphic organizer.
Students use this tracking document to create and measure their SMART goal for the unit. It scaffolds breaking down a student's SMART goal to ensure it is actually SMART, as well as provides an opportunity for students to measure and justify their
This outline will assist students in organizing their expository essay and research for their rough draft writing. Students compete each section to map out their ideas and information for writing their rough draft.